During a number of years it has been my privilege to be the confidante and counselor of a large number of young women of various stations in life and in all parts of the United States. These girls have talked freely with me concerning their plans, aspirations, fears and personal problems. It has been a great revelation to me to note with what unanimity they ask certain questions concerning conduct-queries which perhaps might astonish the mothers of those same girls, as they, doubtless, take it for granted that their ...
During a number of years it has been my privilege to be the confidante and counselor of a large number of young women of various stations in life and in all parts of the United States. These girls have talked freely with me concerning their plans, aspirations, fears and personal problems. It has been a great revelation to me to note with what unanimity they ask certain questions concerning conduct-queries which perhaps might astonish the mothers of those same girls, as they, doubtless, take it for granted that their daughters intuitively understand these fundamental laws of propriety. The truth is that many girls who have been taught in the "ologies" of the schools, who have been trained in the conventionalities of society, have been left to pick up as they may their ideas upon personal conduct, and, coming face to face with puzzling problems, are at a loss, and perhaps are led into wrong ways of thinking and questionable ways of doing because no one has foreseen their dilemma and warned them how to meet it. The subjects treated in this little book are discussed because every one of them has been the substance of a query propounded by some girl otherwise intelligent and well informed. They have been treated plainly and simply because they purport to be the frank conferences of a mother and daughter, between whom there can be no need of hesitation in dealing frankly with any question bearing on the life, health or happiness of the girl. There is therefore no need of apology; the book is its own excuse for being, the queries of the young women demand honest answers. Life will be safer for the girl who understands her own nature and reverences her womanhood, who realizes her responsibilitytowards the human race and conducts herself in accordance with that realization.
Good. No Jacket. Book. 12mo-Between 6 3/4" and 7 3/4" Tall. 272 page blue book is in good condition with edgewear, rubbed spine ends, and slight discoloration inside the covers. No DJ. Part of the Purity and Truth Sef and Sex Series. An age and time of life appropriate presentation of the Facts of Life for Christians.
Fair. No dust jacket. 272 pages. No dust jacket. Claret cloth with gilt lettering. Hinge cracked with noticeable foxing, tanning and handling marks. Noticeable bumping, rubbing and scuffing to spine ends and to corners with noticeable rubbing, scuffing and wear along edges and over surfaces. World of Rare Books Item ref. 1456749148NAT (Use this ID when enquiring about this item. )
Very Good. Good DJ. 12mo-over 6¾"-7¾" tall. 272pp--New, Up-To-Date edition--self and sex series--mild bumping to covers--text clean & tight--2 small stains to text edge--inscription on fep--dust jacket has mild soiling, edgewear & mended 4" closed tear to front panel.
Very Good-in Good+ dust jacket. 272 pp. Frontis. Adverts. Fold-out advertising Stall's Books. Spine, corners bumped and worn. Jacket worn, tears at corners. Prev owner's name on ffep. New revised edition. Part of the Self and Sex series. Providesinformation and advice to young ladies on their bodies, and sexuality.; 12mo 7"-7½" tall.
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